Nike Dunk Low Pro SB C-Mon & Kypski – black / acid

Nike Dunk Low Pro SB C-Mon & Kypski – black / acid

Model: Nike Skateboarding , Nike SB , Nike Dunk SB
Original Purpose: Skateboarding
Colorway: black / acid
Release Date: 07 / 2007
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The Nike Dunk Low Pro SB C-Mon & Kypski – black / acid is collaboration between Nike and Dutch band C- Mon & Kypski. This shoe truly represents this band of skating musicians. At the same time, it is hard to classify C- Mon & Kypski due to their chameleon style of play that is unique. The color-way represents their album art “Where the Wild Things Are“, and features their first logo of a turntable and a brain on the insole. The graph design embroidered on the heel was once thought to be a seismograph but is actually derived from a music wave and a VU – meter.

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Nike Dunk SB Low - Premium SB C & K

Nike Dunk Low Pro SB C-Mon & Kypski - black / acidNike Dunk Low Pro SB C-Mon & Kypski - black / acid

The Nike Dunk SB Low – Premium SB C & K are a result of a collaboration between Nike SB and Dutch band C-Mon & Kypski. C-Mon & Kypski Hip-Hop instrumentalists are well known and respected in the Dutch skateboard scene. Simon and Thomas are both long time core skateboarders that have been sponsored by local skateboard shop E-zone in Utrecht, Holland. Various Dutch skateboard videos feature their tunes and they’ve been known to spin a record or two at various skate contests.

The band’s music is innovative and refreshing in terms of musical originality. The music of C-Mon & Kypski does not have any musical borders. At first the group could be put under the genre of hiphop/turntablism, but not any more. C-Mon & Kypski can bring their music to you LIVE in a totally unique way. No static laptop stuff but live video scratching, live drums, keys, guitars, live sampling, boomin’ beats, lights, the whole nine yards.

Their concept was to create a shoe that people who make music can immediately relate to. The guys were given carte blanche on the design. The color way refers to the artwork of their latest album Where the Wild Things Are. The insole pattern is made from their first logo – a head with a turntable for a brain. The shoe has a clear outsole with a pattern of SB & CK. The music connection is made with a music wave and VU-meter. The former representing an actual song the band created for the launch of the shoe. Via SneakerFreaker.